The deluxe edition of Pulp's Different Class, though again necessary in order to hear the album at its best-available sound quality (especially important compared to His 'n' Hers because Different Class features denser instrumentation and production), is worse in its selection of bonus tracks. Although two of the three original tracks released as B sides are included ('P T A (Parent Teacher Association)' and 'Mile End'--the latter of course would also appear on the Trainspotting soundtrack), a demo version of the third, 'Ansaphone', is included instead of its original released version (as well as a few other demos of songs that, as with the demos included on the deluxe edition of His 'n' Hers, didn't make the final album). At first listen, the demo version seems like it could be the same backing track as that used for the final version; but slight differences suggest a different recording. Only the 'Vocoda Mix' and the live (Glastonbury 1995) version of 'Common People' are included, excluding the 7-inch edit and the 'Motiv 8 Club Mix'. The 7-inch edit, as well as the the 'Motiv 8 Discoid Mix and the 'Motiv 8 Gimp Dub' versions, of 'Disco 2000' are excluded, as is the Extended Version of 'Live Bed Show' (all from the 'Disco 2000' singles). Finally, a live version and the 'Moloko Mix' of F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E. (both from the 'Something Changed' singles) are not to be found either.
Though the relevant Peel-session tracks are left to the aforementioned double disc, we still are left wondering about other B B C recordings; and, as before, about more demo versions.